Used for centuries, dovetail joints have been used for building boxes, drawers, chests, storage solutions and other woodworking projects.
A dovetail is a joint technique commonly used in woodworking joinery. This includes cabinets, furniture, various constructions and timber frames.
Dovetails offer internal strength and resistance to coming apart. A dovetail joint joins sides of the drawer at the front. A series of cuts and pins extend from one end of the board and interlock tails cut into the other end of the board. Once glued, a dovetail joint requires no mechanical fasteners.
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